Category Archives: Psychology

Patience & Perseverance

The main difference between patience and perseverance is that patience is the ability to endure difficult situations without being annoyed or anxious, but perseverance is the quality of continuing with something even though it is difficult. Basically, patience and perseverance are two virtues everyone … Continue reading

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You Thought 2020 Was Strange?

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Parkinson’s Law

Parkinson’s Law is the old adage that work expands to fill the time allotted. Put simply, the amount of work required adjusts to the time available for its completion. The term was first coined by Cyril Northcote Parkinson in a humorous essay he … Continue reading

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Just Because It Fits Doesn’t Make it Right

Not every place you “fit it” is where you “belong”.

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Avoid the Symbolic Club

The palm closed finger pointing gesture can act like a symbolic club, ‘beating’ listeners into submission.

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Unmet Expectations – the Silent Killer

Unmet Expectations – the Silent Killer. The major reason marriages end in divorce is because of one thing… unmet expectations. With this in mind, what do you think this can do to your business, your reputation – your customers? EXPECTATION … Continue reading

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Watching TV Can Reduce the Risk of Divorce

One of the primary problems that destroys romantic relationships is poor communication – specifically on the subject of the relationship itself. When you and your partner avoid sharing your feelings and concerns about your relationship, it’s nearly impossible to find … Continue reading

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Perception is…

Perception is how we see the world around us…and what we make that mean. Our perceptions can empower us and be a huge source of strength – and equally can seriously hinder us, becoming a massive weakness.

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Wash the dishes to wash the dishes

Is your daily routine mindful or mindless? Do you serve a customer to make money? Or do you serve a customer to serve a customer? Do you wash dishes to get them clean? Or do you wash the dishes to … Continue reading

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Speech and Deception: Pauses

Speech and Deception: Pauses The most common vocal deception clues are pauses, being too long or too frequent. Suspicion is aroused when a person hesitates when starting to speak (particularly if the start is answering a question). Too many shorter … Continue reading

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